*Holosexual music playing* Hey guys, it’s Cristine. What’s up? Huh, my voice is a little raspy today. That’s… weird. This is probably one of the simplest nail art designs I’ve done in my life! But I was bored so, I made a video for you guys.
But look! It’s holo polish! Look at this beautiful mauve… purple… toned… linear holo, guys! They call this “Linear” holo polish because it’s in a line? I don’t know. In any case, it shines like rainbows when it hits the light.
That’s all that’s important to me when it’s a holo. Mmm, yeah, put it on my nail! Who cares if your nails are yellow? You put holo on them and then they’e NOT yellow anymore. It’s like magic! [check out the vid] And now I say thank you to all the holo gods in the land for giving me this polish to cover up my yellow nails with and to shun away the haterrrss! Dear Haters, LA LA LALALA I can’t hear you cause there’s holo in my face! Look at these loose holo glitters though guys, seriously.
I got silver and black. Yea! Badass bitch right here! I got these from my favorite nail tool/supply store TwinkleT.com They have like a bajillion colors. No, I’m not even kidding. They literally have a bajillion different options of holo glitter.
And because I love you all so much I got a special treat for you! [Yay!] You can use my code SIMPLY to get 10% off ALL the holo glitters you buy. Or anything else from the store. It doesn’t really matter.
So, you’re gonna need a clear polish. NOT A TOPCOAT. Why not a topcoat? Because a topcoat is thick and sticky and it dries too fast. And for this exercise for placing glitters you won’t be that fast. Therefore, you need to be using a clear, non-quick drying non-topcoat nail polish.
So, I’m basically doing this video to show you guys how to do a glitter placement for beginners Um… but I’m not an expert either because you can tell, the way I’m aligning the hexagons aren’t really fully lined up, are they? No, they are not.
In any case, all you do after you swipe on your clear polish is you take a toothpick, you lick the end of it to make it a little wet and you pick up each holo glitter one by one and stick it on the sticky part of your nail that you just made sticky with the clear nail polish.
And then all you gotta do from there is draw a couple shapes or lines or whatever the hell you want! It could be a complete disaster of glitter randomness rainbows for all I care. In this case, I just did some random black and silver holo lines that kinda look like a sideways T.
.. Seal it in with a glossy taco. [That’s topcoat, for all you newbies] Sometimes it’s best to put two on so the glitters don’t fall off. Another thing that beginners doing glitter placements should know is that the glitters you use need to be solvent resistant.
That means that the colors won’t bleed when you apply topcoat These ones from TwinkleT are definitely solvent resistant Which means they’re good to use. Other ones from sketchy suppliers, such as eBay or Amazon, where you never really know where it came from, could be off the back of a truck in China for all you know.
May not be as high quality and might bleed when you apply a topcoat. Go with what you trust, people. God Bless America! and Canada. Heehee… And there you go. That wasn’t so bad, was it? This DIDN’T take me 5 hours.
Unlike this glitter placement. Or three hours, unlike this glitter placement. Probably took me, maybe 45 minutes. If you wanna know how to take this glitter stuff off your nails easily You can watch my other video on how to take glitter stuff off your nails easily.
Alright, that’s all I have for today, guys. But here’s some video of my cat. A lot of you have been commenting that you miss Menchie at the end of my videos. I’m so sorry that I replaced Menchie with nail porn, ok guys?! Like, I needed a fancy looking endslate Don’t you understand? In any case, when I do talking videos in the future I’ll definitely try to pull her up to the camera for you.
Ok, have a good day, BYE! Meow Meow mewmewmewmewmewmewmew BYE *Holosexual music playing*